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Directors HARRYS on Toro Y Moi "So Many Details"

Hmmm. Hype Williams directing a video for Bryan Ferry sounds like a genius idea...

HARRYS, directors: "When we heard the track it became clear that Chaz [Bundick, Toro Y Moi] was embodying a character.  There is lots of hyperbole in this song, and we wanted to carry that into the video and create an aesthetic that exaggerated a certain lifestyle.  It takes a lot from 90's rap videos but also shares some stylistic elements more in line with European art house films from the 70's and 80's.   We chose to shoot it on 35mm film with anamorphic lenses because the video had to look like a real movie.  Big ups to Hype Williams and Bryan Ferry." --> watch "So Many Details"

WATCH IT: Taylor Swift "I Knew You Were Trouble" (Anthony Mandler, dir.)

Having spent many years cultivating a flawless public image, it's doubtful that we'll ever see Taylor Swift going as deep off the edge as Rihanna or Lana Del Rey, but "I Knew You Were Trouble" is certainly a step in that direction. The action starts with a wistful spoken intro before getting stick-in-your-cranium catchy, but the imaging is rough and tumble throughout.

WATCH IT: Imagine Dragons "Radioactive" (Syndrome, dir.)

How do you make videos for two different songs called "Radioactive" while making sure there's zero chance they're even remotely similar? Simple. While Syndrome goes goes all space-age for Rita Ora's "Radioactive," the Imagine Dragons song of the same name gets downright spacey: Lou Diamond Phillips, a cuddlier version of cock fighting, and a majestically powerful pink teddy bear all play key roles in this purposefully bizarre tale about the underdog coming out on top.

WATCH IT: Wavves "Sail To The Sun" (BLACK // DOCTOR, dir.)

Ever wonder what a priest does during his off-hours? Probably not what goes down in this video tale of a good man who's up to very bad things once he removes his clerical collar. Or, maybe he's just Episcopalian. (I kid) --> watch "Sail To The Sun"

WAVVES "Sail To The Sun"BLACK // DOCTOR (Chris Black + MISTERDOCTOR), director | EWING, producer | Evan Scott, DP | Terry Huynh, editor